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To upgrade, if you have the CD/DVD/MP3 disk system, you need to purchase the new map disk from the appropriate map seller. I believe that is Navteq for all Land Rovers. It is specific to your VIN so when you install it it works with your VIN only. Sellers of these disks on eBay and other venues will tyell you they will work and most of the time they will not. The disk not only upgrades your maps but also the radio and the GraceNote music system as well.
Here's a link to a page that offers free shipping for updates. Looks like the latest update is for 2011-2012 so you might want to call Navteq and check. I have a 2013 and they won't release the 2014 maps even though the car is new.
These cars have expesive components so I would bring it to the dealer to confirm the speed sensor located on the transmission is in fact defective or faulty before I purchased the dealer item and replaced it.
I had the same problem. I had to have the dealer reload the GPS software once I got back to the states. It took two tries, but once actual GPS software was updated with the U.S. software version it worked find.